Whale Season LIVE: Newborn rescue kittens! 1 day ago   21:13

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Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority
The Great Barrier Reef is a vitally important breeding ground for about 30 species of whales and dolphins (or ‘cetaceans’). One of the most commonly sighted whales are the massive humpbacks which make the trek to the Reef’s warmer waters from Antarctica between May to September to court, mate, give birth or rear their calves.

Watch out for whales: http://www.gbrmpa.gov.au/media-room/latest-news/animals/2018/watch-out-for-whales

Responsible Reef Practices around whales and dolphins: http://www.gbrmpa.gov.au/zoning-permits-and-plans/responsible-reef-practices/caring-for-the-reef

More information about whales and dolphins: http://www.gbrmpa.gov.au/about-the-reef/animals/whales-and-dolphins

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LIVE: Newborn rescue kittens! Whale Season 1 day ago   00:00

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Birth video: https://ai-tube.com/videoai/2XKNJjnEKzL
Weight chart: http://bit.ly/2TE5VLA

UPDATE 1/8/2019: Lorelai gave birth for the last time to five beautiful kittens. All five were successfully blood typed, and are Type B (SAFE!). Panther 10:05 (M- 102g blue.) #2. 10:26 Tabby (F - 97g lavender ) #3 - Tabby 10:37 (F - 79g pink) #4. 11:08 Panther (F - 91g yellow) #5 - Tabby 11:19 (F - 89g green).

RESCUE REALITY TV WARNING: Lorelai's kittens are at risk for Neonatal Isoerythrolysis (fatal blood type mismatch), so I will need to blood type each kitten as soon as it is born. This may look alarming to new viewers, but it is the only way to ensure the safety of each kitten. We have consulted with our vet team, and have a solid plan in place.

The good news is that if we can get through the first 24 hours of life, any type mis-matched kittens will be able to safely return to mama and nurse without risk. There are no long term risks associated with NI.

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Meet Lorelai and Rory, our newest surprise guests! This teen mama and her daughter were rescued from a hoarding situation last night. :( They needed somewhere to go, so we shuffled Salia and the Stan Lee clowder around to make some room.

Mama Lorelai is due to give birth at any moment. Join us on #KittenWatch for Lorelai’s fourth and final litter of kittens at http://TinyKittens.com/live

Rory is thankfully not pregnant, and will be spayed as soon as possible. Both girls are very young and very scared, but we've already had purrs and elevator butt so we think they should settle in just fine.

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Weight Chart: TBD

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